Do you love sweet romance?
Do you love happy endings?
Do you love suspense and comedy?
Do you enjoy an exciting, fast-paced plot
that takes a special dog along for the ride?
Then you'll love Cindy's books.
Cindy writes sweet or clean romance.
(Definition of sweet romance: love scenes behind closed doors
and no offensive language.)
Her books are appropriate for young adults and up, men and women, LDS and Christian readers.
FLY INTO A GOOD BOOK!
ABOUT CINDY'S WRITING
Cindy A. Christiansen's books are delightful reading because she is a master wordsmith. She also writes of places she personally knows. Unlike most of today's novels, her grammar, word use, sentence structure and descriptions are not common and would be accepted as college reading, but it's not too elevated for the average reader. Her books always give an outstanding read, in an almost-lost style. I have found them thoroughly enjoyable on many levels. The average reader will not know why they like her books, they will just like them!
Talma J. Day
Educator & Mother of 4
You may be wondering about the dragonflies. There's several reasons. I didn't go with a pen name and people seem to have trouble with the spelling on Christiansen. I hoped the dragonfly connection would be a way of remembering me. It also works in well with my tagline: Fly into a good book!
My family was camping in Idaho when I saw my first dragonfly. What a beautiful site, their bodies often blue, green, purple and even bronze. Their wings shimmer like silver. They have intrigued me ever since. I have a room in my house devoted to dragonfly knick-knacks.
Did you know that they have evolved since pre-historic times and have gotten smaller over time? They have been around for over 300 million years and used to have a wingspan over two feet!
Dragonflies have six legs they use to form an oval shaped basket to scoop up insects, particularly mosquitoes, right out of the air. They help keep the mosquito, fly and other flying insect population down.
Dragonflies can fly up to sixty miles per hour. Can you imagine? They have two main eyes that are made up of 20,000 or more little eyes. Yuck! I had no idea but there are actually 2500 different species of dragonflies.
Dragonflies are as unique as each writer and each book. Remember dragonfly romance and fly into a good book today.
If you can't
love the hero,
a dog to love!
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